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Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Sarah Krisch ~ Julia The Good Life (1) Review









What a heartwarming story

This is Sarah’s debut novel it’s a fab quick read. This book it remind me about the old values that my nan's would teach us kids when we were younger.
We start off with Julia, who is a failed actress living in Chicago, when one day she starts up a Blog based on good old fashioned values that her grandparents taught her about the good life. The Blog make's it big and GreenTV want to make it into a TV show and end up film it on her grandparents' farm. So Julia sets off back to the farm where she used to spend her summers when she was younger, but when she gets there she finds herself very attraction to Brad. But can she give up her dreams on making it to the big time, or will she let Brad in long enough to work out that maybe they can make new dreams.
Brad is ex Army he came home with some nightmares but after some time he has made some peace with himself. Brad works as manage on the farm owned by Julia's grandparents which he really enjoys, After some time his feeling grow for Julia, she is all he wants. But will they have their happy ever after you will have to read the book and find out.


This really was a lovely story all the characters were well written you could not help but to fall in love with them all.


A 3 Flower Rating!!









Sarah Krisch's debut novel, Julia, The Good Life Book 1 is set on a rural farm in the cozy community of Harmony Grove. She was inspired to pursue her secret passion for writing by her husband and author Glen Krisch. 

She likes to write fun, fast-paced stories of romance which explore the deeper aspects of what makes people tick.

Sarah has three rambunctious boys who keep her on her toes, but she wouldn't have it any other way. They have taught her more than she ever thought possible about Godzilla, frog-catching, and the best way to track escaped pet snakes in her home.
















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